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Free Game Cooking Mama
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- (Free games) are where the slots player gets extra spins of the reels without paying for those extra spins.Free Games are usually won when certain combination of symbols appear on screen. Different slot games have different Free Game triggers and award different numbers of Free Games.
- Any momentous event sending the recipient into a state of euphoria, or an arcade machine set for game play without requiring an adding of quarters or tokens.
- The practice or skill of preparing food
- Food that has been prepared in a particular way
- the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
- (cook) someone who cooks food
- The process of preparing food by heating it
- (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
- A mature woman
- a name under which Ninkhursag was worshipped
- ma: informal terms for a mother
- MAMA is a publicly funded visual arts and culture organisation based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. As its name implies, MAMA fosters and exhibits contemporary artworks executed in a wide variety of media including visual installations, film, video, automata, but not excluding 'traditional'
- One's mother (esp. as a child's term)
Tagged!! (Self Portrait)
Hi! I've been tagged by jillybug, Vixie Vaporous, Mrs Piggy and daisy plus three.
Here is my b-o-r-i-n-g 16:
ONE: When I was five, my “best” friend ran over to my house to tell me she found lemonade in the snow. She looked at me and excitedly screamed “Snowcones!” I threw on my coat, pulled on my boots and yelled something to my Mom about playing outside. We raced out the door to find our sweet pile of frozen dessert. When we arrived, it was untouched. Awesome! No one had taken our frozen treat; it was all ours. I do remember questioning for one brief moment why someone would pour lemonade out on their front lawn…I ate YELLOW SNOW until only brown soil and dead grass remained! :P
P.S. My friend ate it too.
TWO: I am a silly-heart. I still get teary-eyed when Frosty the Snowman melts and Dorothy has to leave the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion.
THREE: I am an English Literature major, with a minor in Art History. I dropped out of law school – hated it! More than anything, I want to be a writer.
FOUR: I work as a graphic artist. Part of my job includes designing bookmarks for artists & museums. Some of my designs are in the Frick, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Meadowbrook Hall, Birmingham Museum of Art, etc.
FIVE: I love anime and manga (just finished reading Chobits volume 1). As I write this, I am listening to the soundtrack from Boogiepop Phantom.
SIX: I have played every Final Fantasy game since FFVII. I am currently playing Cooking Mama and Animal Crossing on my pink DS. I love pink.
SEVEN: I was so excited to cook my first Thanksgiving dinner. Up until that point, my cooking specialty had been toast. I planned a fabulous meal filled with favorite family dishes. I got recipes from relatives, shopped, decorated - everything was going to be Martha Stewart perfect. I forgot to thaw the turkey. I thought to myself “No big whoop” and stuck the frozen turkey in the oven at 4:00 o’clock thinking it shouldn’t take more than an extra half hour or so to cook. I thought we would eat around 8:00 o’clock. 8:00 o’clock comes and goes…then 9:00 o’clock…10:00 o’clock…11:00 o’clock…still not done. Around midnight, my starving hubby ate a few crackers and went to bed saying “Wake me up when the turkey is ready.” He never complained once. Around 1:00 a.m. the little red timer FINALLY popped up. We had our first Thanksgiving dinner at 1:30 in the morning the day after Thanksgiving.
P.S. Somehow, I messed up the ingredients for the pecan pie; it was more like pecan soup in a pie crust.
EIGHT: I could give up chocolate before I could give up cheese.
NINE: I drink waaaay too much Starbucks coffee. The baristas often give me free coffee.
TEN: More than once, I have stopped traffic to get a turtle out of the road.
ELEVEN: I will stand up for others before I will stand up for myself.
TWELVE: My nickname is boo-boo. I am always hurting myself.
THIRTEEN: I am a hopeless romantic. I absolutely love BBC/Merchant Ivory type period movies where the actors speak with English accents.
FOURTEEN: Speaking of English accents, I am unashamedly a huge Duran Duran fan. Simon Le Bon’s singing makes me melt. I came in first place, won $100, in a contest lip-syncing a Duran Duran song. :D
FIFTEEN: TiVo'd Shows: Flight of the Conchords. Torchwood. Supernatural. The Office. The Tudors. Project Runway. Top Chef.
SIXTEEN: Are you still reading this??? So boring, it’s better than a sleeping pill don’t cha think. :D
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